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Based in the Swiss Tower in Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), Dubai we provide a wide range of consultancy and management services with an emphasis on corporate and commercial matters. We regularly counsel corporate clients (small and medium sized companies up to multinational corporations), assisting them in either setting up a presence in the Middle East or optimizing and fine-tuning their existing company structure.View services
Based in Abu Dhabi, Swiss International Legal Consultants Ltd serves all your legal needs. Our international and multilingual lawyers offer profound knowledge and extensive experience in a wide range of areas such as general commercial and corporate law, employment, real estate and tax as a well as inheritance and family law matters.View services
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) sometimes simply called the Emirates, is a federation of the seven emirates Abu Dhabi (being the biggest and seat of the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain. The country lays at the northeast end of the Arabian Peninsula bordering Saudi Arabia and Oman while also sharing a maritime border with Qatar and Iran.
The UAE forms, after Saudi Arabia, the Middle East’s second largest economy while also being one of the wealthiest countries in the region on a per capita basis. Its GDP in 2019 was estimated at USD 427.9 billion - between 2000 and 2018, the average real GDP growth was at close to 4%. The country offering good, modern and top tier general and ICT infrastructure enables a strong business environment with its stable political and macroeconomic conditions. This is reflected in its regular top rankings in global indices, such as the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Global Competitiveness Index (GCI), the World Happiness Report (WHR) and the Global Innovation Index (GII).
Although the oil and gas sector still playing an important role in the UAE economy, the leadership has put a lot of effort into the diversification making it nowadays the most diversified economy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Guiding you through investment in the UAE real estate market.
Typically, the real estate market is cyclical – property values move up and down, sometimes even like a roller coaster ride with peaks and troughs; with shooting stars of housing booms (and busts). The property market cycle has three well-recognised recurring phases of boom, slump, and recovery.
New Rules of Origin force companies operating out of the UAE free zones to re-evaluate their operations and supply-chains.
The Saudi Arabian Minister of Finance has issued the Ministerial Decree no. 3852, dated 22/11/1442 (02/07/2021), entered into force on 2 July 2021, approving the new set of National Rules of Origin. These rules are applied to GCC manufactured products, amongst others also laying out the conditions to be met by those products to qualify as “national goods” when imported into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
Live, Work and Retire in the United Arab Emirates.
Today’s work environment is changing – employers and employees must be prepared to work differently over the coming years. These new approaches are not just simply a response to the pandemic, but rather a desire for greater flexibility and freedom in how, when and where we work, coupled with a seismic shift towards ‘softer’ skills, more empathy in the workplace, and an enhancement in employee empowerment.